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Old Thursday, July 19, 2007
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Default women Quota --Decision analysis

Well Hello Everyone. Zeeshan there is no feedback form your end and no comment either wheather this women quota is justified or not. ????
MasaAllah at position no 5 you remain unaffected from it but it has hit really hard to most of us, what you say about it.
@Sajid well it has not been challenged as yet because the allocations are still in the pipeline and most probably on the verge of approval from the revised point of view regarding implentation of women Quota.
One and only one strong point against women quota remains the fact that girls were already doing great in Competitive exams but this so called enlightened moderation has really taken us badly. whjat justification remains for women quota in Punjab for example where twn additional seats have been given to girls; crashing out the people from their groups and it looks really awful that someone belonging to your oen province gets the desired group while she is much lower than you in the merit list.
it needs to be challenged and it should be challenged in any case what so ever.Giving Balouchistan more quota is certainly good but opening another door to girls with such a big chunk like 10% special quota is really objectionable while reducing the merit quota to 7.5% from 10%.It doesnot convey or involve much cherished slogan of empowering women rather it has brought more frustartion and specially to those who are at the tail waiting for allocations.Merit should suceesively increase rather than decreasing.
this debate i donot why has not picked up any momentum in this forum although this is the hottest topic everywhere.
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